Laherte Frères 'Les 7'


This is one of the most distinctive wines being made in Champagne, as delicious as it is fascinating !

Best enjoyed from a Lehmann Jamesse Prestige, Grand Champagne 45 glass.

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Laherte Frères 'Les 7'



The current bottling was disgorged by hand in January 2018. A single-parcel field blend, Les 7 is made from a tiny plot of vines in Chavot which is co-planted with all possible seven grape varieties of Champagne. The parcel was planted by Thierry Laherte in 2003, making use of the heirloom vines: Fromenteau, Arbanne, Petit Meslier and Pinot Blanc as well as the three main grape varieties: Chardonnay, Pinot Noir and Meunier. These seven varieties are harvested and pressed together and the wine is produced using a perpetual, or continuous reserve, stretching back to 2005. Each year the blend is roughly 60% of the new vintage wine (2015 for this bottling) with 40% of the reserve, meaning that this release spans the harvests of 2005 – 2015.


A super complex, fleshy and savoury (peppery, nutty) wine.

Food match

Crispy skin wild barramundi fillets, roast pumpkin with melted butter, pistachio and macadamia nut crush and pickled pumpkin shavings.